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'Just the way it is': UNC golfers adjusting after canceled team play


Non-revenue sports already have felt the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the sports hit hardest has been golf. The ACC announced the cancellation of fall golf competitions on July 29. But this doesn't mean UNC’s golfers will not play this fall. Members of the men’s and women’s teams have continued playing tournaments across the country. (Daily Tar Heel)

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'Just the way it is': UNC golfers adjusting after canceled team play


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